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Could you be BBC Radio Cambridgeshire’s Charity Partner?BBC Radio Cambridgeshire is on the hunt for a charity partner. The aim is to make a huge impact by helping to connect the county and change lives for the better, through a truly memorable appeal.
As a partner, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire will help to raise awareness of your charity’s profile and fund-raising activities by featuring powerful, relevant stories about the local people whose lives it is changing.
The BBC has had numerous successful initiatives like this across the country. Recently BBC Radio Suffolk helped to raise £3m for East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) for a purpose-built hospice in Ipswich.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire will be holding a launch event where interested charities are invited to visit, meet the people behind this initiative and find out more about what it would mean to be partners with the BBC.
To register your interest in attending the launch event or for further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call BBC Radio Cambridgeshire on 01223 259 696 and ask for Kate Bement.